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My parkrun tour as minor celebrity continued with Australia's biggest, at least by regular attendance-Southbank managed some magic to get 944 once, but Newy is regularly over 400. The 100 shirt drew attention again, as they've only had just over 80 events so no one can have completed 100 here despite how keen people are in 'the region of runners'. I was introduced to parkrun Au host Dave Robbo and he made sure to introduce me, topping the Kiwi tourist from Christchurch by giving some ...
... up with Pete and Luke then my friend off the Groovy Grape trip, Ma Ike. We then make the long walk to Kings Cross to go out for the night in the Irish bar. We leave to go to another bar but as soon as we have got to the front we get walked out of the queue.....that's the lovely Sydney bouncers....if they don't like your look, you're not in ...
... the UK and was something he had very much been looking forward to. Pete had thought he might need to walk the 4km to the start of the race, but fortunately there was a bus which arrived at exactly 8am. The driver greeted Peter and Hannah in a very friendly manner, asking where they were going. When he found out Peter was doing the Parkrun, he made sure he dropped them at the stop right by the start of the race … and as it turned out, Australians like to do a warm-up together ...
... walking and go there instead. I think I like the KFC here better than in the States!
Once we got back we basically just relaxed the rest of the night. We have so many people in and out of our houses every day. It's great that we're all so close and able to be around each other so much. I'm glad I've found such a wonderful family here in Oz. I have about two and a half months left and I absolutely don't want to leave..
... waiting for a wind bush to blow thow. Rang the YHA hostel that I had booked on the way up here. hopping it was somewhere near and they said they would come down and pick me up. This fella Nigel arrived down, he was very friendly and helpful and we arrived at the hostel witch was a large wooden cabin like stature, about 3 foot of the ground. Really nice and they also have a pool and sauna. :) got checked in and he said there where quiet so there is ...
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